The solutions is to store them tip down. This holder will sit on your workbench and hold the bottle so it is ready to use.
You could obviously make this a very simple design and it would function fine. We are scrollers so we can add a little pizazz. I added a little graphic to the legs and 1/4" dowels to pin the legs.
After I made this prototype I decided it was a little too tall so the final design is 1/2" shorter.
I wanted to mention that I finally have the RapidResizer tool working again. If you have not used this tool before let me explain what it is. Patrick Roberts over at http://online.rapidresizer.com/allows readers of my blog to use his wonderful service for free. His service is used to resize patterns. It has a ton of features and is a great service. You can resize by percentag, change the outline to red, use save ink features and more.
To use the service for free it has to be a pattern you downloaded from my blog. If you want to resize other patterns there is a small fee.
The link to this service is on the left column of my blog. The image below is what you need to look for.
To get it working again I had to change the way it opens. It now opens in a separate page but the interface is the same after it opens.
I will make another video showing how it works once I get time. The old video tutorial is now out of date and needs updating.
Click now and make a family heirloom this weekend.
DVD and the 2013 update DVD at this link. DVD #1 is $20 and contains over 1,100 patterns. The 2013 update DVD is $7.50 and has another 178 patterns. The 2014 update DVD is $7.50 and has another 223 patterns.